Adventurer and travel photographer Jürgen Sedlmayer and his wife Manuela toured the mountains of Asia for six weeks. Their trip took them to the former independent Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, which is now part of Nepal.
Public transportation was not needed as they completed their journey across the last kingdom in Nepal on horseback. Monsoon rains and mudslides made their arrival more difficult, but the rest of the trip that much more enjoyable.
With their three horses, a laborer, someone to look after the horses and a guide, the couple crossed rivers and mastered other adventurous challenges. The entire time they were accompanied by a loyal companion: a pair of Victory 10 x 32 T* FL binoculars. These binoculars from Carl Zeiss are synonymous with compact maximum optical imaging quality. Their ease of use ensures that they are always at the ready and are not overly heavy — a true benefit for users on all long tours.
Jürgen Sedlmayr has travelled the world over the past 15 years to bring the most beautiful sights to Germany. In 1997, he drove 12,000 kilometers through Norway. In 1998, he walked across the world’s largest island, Greenland, for two months. And to make sure he never misses anything, he always takes his ZEISS binoculars along for the ride.
December 15, 2010